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In today’s show with Mat Lalonde, PhD, you’re going to learn what people do wrong when going Paleo, why nutrient density matters, and what you should eat for dinner.
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In this post, you’ll learn how a strange cooking method may decrease the calories and glycemic index of starchy foods like potatoes and rice.
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